Re: Important information regarding the merger of core and extras, and what this means to Legacy

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On Tue, Nov 14, 2006 at 10:06:57PM -0600, Eric Rostetter wrote:
> First I would like to say to those who say Fedora Legacy has failed, that
> it _did_ work (i.e. didn't fail) for the most critical time period and the
> most critical OS version (RHL 7-9, FC1).  If it has failed, or is failing,
> it must not be forgotten that before it failed it worked exceedingly well.

Or at least moderately well. Let's not over-sell. :)

> Second, I'm fairly comfortable with saying that if FC goes to a 13 month
> support cycle, FL is basically not needed anymore.  IMHO, people can upgrade
> once a year when presented with a known/documented release cycle, and known
> documented alternatives.

One month of annual overlap is still a bit short.

Matthew Miller           mattdm@xxxxxxxxxx          <>
Boston University Linux      ------>              <>

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